I took her in the most incredible place on earth

A house up so up in the sky, its existence defied gravity

In its extent, it’s terrace overlooked the vast dark sea

Withholding infinite secrets, like one of us human beings

The arrangement was fantastic; all it lacked was love

She was frightened by the rushing emptiness of the cold

Night air, the pale face of the moon, seeming

So distracted among the hastening clouds, of the brutal sound

Of waves turning against each other, crashing

Love – who would have thought it really mattered?